Volume 19

Appearance Standards and Arbitrators: Assessing Disciplinary Actions Pursuant to Grooming Policies in Arbitration

by Jessica Moran

This Note discusses the assessment of grooming policies in the labor arbitration context. This Note argues that when arbitrators assess grooming policies, arbitrators should strike down policies that rely on sex stereotypes as a form of sex discrimination that is contrary to the anti-discrimination clause of the collective bargaining agreement and is an unreasonable policy.

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